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by fewer than a hundred votes. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at 5:00. josh: federal officials have joined the search for answers in the murder of denise robert. good evening, i' m josh mcelveen jean: and i' m jean mackin. members of the fbi fanned out through the neighborhood today where robert was killed on august 30. wmur' s andy hershberger joins us live with details on the fbi' s investigation. andy: fbi officials were in the area of the shooting most of the day looking for any piece of evidence connected to this crime. search crews today used everything from metal detectors and knives to ladder trucks to look for clues in the murder of denise robert. the 62-year-old woman was shot and killed while walking in this neighborhood on august 30. her killer remains at large. robert died from a single gunshot wound. much of this area has already been searched and officials say the work done today by the fbi
this ongoing investigation. the victim' s brother says he' s pleased to see this much attention is being payed to this case. >> we' re way past the shock stage and we' re all looking for some sort of resolution. and there' s some anxiety about that. we know people are working on this and we' ll get this. we are hopeful that it will be resolved at some point. andy: officials say they weren' t they don' t anticipate being back reporting live in manchester. andy hershberger. jean: autopsy results reveal how a manchester man died tuesday s office says michael pittman was shot in the torso outside his apartment on granite street. investigators are calling his death a homicide. and they are still searching for the suspect. authorities say the shooting is not random.
josh: two men are facing resisting arrest charges after a pair of foot chases in 27-year-old cory roukey was wanted on another warrant. police found him at the subway on second street yesterdya afternoon. after locking himself in the bathroom he started running. an officer took him into custody after tasing him. police say a friend, 24-year-old aaron birmingham of lebanon, he was eventually arrested as well. jean: an investigation is underway after a small plane registered to a seacoast man crashed in the water near new york city last night. one body was recovered. it' s not clear if the owner of the plane was the person on board. wmur' s shelley walcott joins us live from the newsroom with more. shelley: police say the plane that crashed off the coast of new york, was registered to james mcgee from rye, new hampshire.
one body was recovered after the plane went down about a mile and a half off breezy point in queens. but the identity of the victim has not been released. the ntsb says no one else was on board the two-seater plane when it crashed. the plane had taken off from northeast philadelphia airport and was en route to portsmouth international airport at pease. the faa says no distress call was ever made. witnesses describe seeing the plane. >> he was really low. you usually don' t fly that low, and you usually go straight across the ocean. you don' t fly over breezy point. shelley: the ntsb and the federal aviation administration are investigating. a preliminary report on the crash will be released in 10 days. live in the newsroom, i' m shelley walcott, wmur news 9. jean: it was an unseasonably warm day in the granite state. josh: many people were outside enjoying the sunshine and nice weather. chief meteorolgist mike haddad tells us if the warm temperatures are going to stick around. >> i don'
but at least one more day. take a look at what has been going on. what are we going to do? can you hear me? s all about. >> technology. >> here it is, 72 is the official high. 53 is the average. we are well above that. take a look at the record low, one degree, so it can get that cold in early november. right now, still in the 60' s to around 70 degrees. as you can see on satellite injury -- satellite imagery, there is a divide. eventually, that will move in here as we go into tomorrow and the start of the weekend. a few showers with that front. when will we see a chance of
shower, and how much cooler will it get over the weekend? we will take a look at all of that coming up in a few minutes. josh: now to commitment 2016 coverage. a busy day of first-in-the-nation filings at the statehouse. one of the candidates to shake hands with secretary of state bill gardner today, democrat bernie sanders. wmur political reporter adam sexton joins us live from concord where there was no drama today, about the vermont senator' s party affiliation. adam: that was something of a question mark heading into today. sanders has previously identified and run as an independent but now says he' s a democrat. this afternoon the secretary of state said he takes sanders stated affiliation at face value and had no basis to challenge it. the vermont senator stopped by bill gardner' s office just before 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. the halls lined with his
supporters. he made his filing, held a brief press conference, and then headed outside for a big campaign rally. sanders says he is launching nothing less than a revolution to take down what he says is a corrupt system rigged for millionaires and billionaires. as far as comment on his party affiliation even though he had party chairman ray buckley at his side to validate his status as a democrat sanders doesn' t exactly sound like someone fully embracing the party of jefferson and jackson. >> for this campaign right now, i' m running as a democrat. i intend to win this nomination, and i intend, by the way, to help lead a transformation of the democratic party to bring in more young people and bring in more working people. adam: sanders was asked about his relative lack of retail campaigning here in new hampshire. he said it is something he does at his rallies. he essentially said he can' t help it if his message is resonating with a lot of people
and drawing big crowds. that makes it harder for him to meet one-on-one with every voter. live in concord, adam sexton, wmur news 9. josh: before sanders, two republican candidates added their names to the primary ballot. the first was florida senator marco rubio who had to ask for a pen before he could officially file. after making sure his paperwork was in order rubio took questions from reporters. he gave a sharp response to comments donald trump made in in concord yesterday, when he said rubio' s personal finances were a, quote, disaster. >> i find it ironic that the only person running for president that' s ever declared a bankruptcy four times in the last 25 years is attacking anyone on finances. josh: trump has pointed out that he never filed personal bankruptcy. rubio says he has never done anything illegal or unethical when it comes to money. >> i believe that we will win. i believe that we will win. josh: not long after rubio, a chanting crowd greeted carly fiorina. after filing her forms and thanking supporters, she was asked about her own perceived
with the ladies of the view. >> i look forward to going on the view and i hope we can have a civil conversation about our differences, because i happen to think the policies of this administration are demonstrably harming women as well as others in america and so i look forward to having that conversation with them. josh: you can watch fiorina' s appearance on the view tomorrow morning at 11:00 here on wmur. two other people also filed for the primary ballot today, although you probably won' t recognize their names. republican tim cook, from north her linux and democrat keith , judd, from texas both filed by mail. jean: former florida governor, republican jeb bush is wrapping up a three day trip in the granite state. morning in north conway. he told voters the country needs a leader focused on helping people not on making themselves look bigger. bush will be back in the coming weeks to officially file for the first in the nation primary.
all told, there were seven potential presidents in new hampshire today and those campaign schedules will only get more crowded as the primary approaches. don' t forget you can always find out what the candidates are up to with our candidate tracker . you' ll find it in the politics section of wmur.com. josh: manchester mayoral challenger joyce craig has filed for a recount after losing the election to incumbent ted gatsas by just 85 votes. after the results were announced tuesday the mayor celebrated his 4th term but alderman craig is not conceding yet. official election results showed 10,000 and 46 people voted for gatsas compared with 9,000 900 -- 10,046 people voted for gatsas compared with 9,000 900 -- 9961 ballots cast for craig. the recount could happen as soon as monday. jean: the state attorney general' s office has determined that a deadly officer involved shooting in merrimack was legally justified. officers shot and killed
23-year-old harrison lambert back on september third outside of his parents' home. the just released ag' s report says lambert' s father called 911 to say lambert was armed with a knife and threatening his parents. three officers responded, and according to the report, told lambert to drop the knife, but he ran towards them, and two opened fire, killing him. tonight, seven people are displaced after a fire in berlin. flames tore through the second avenue apartment building around 5:00 this morning. no injuries are reported. an investigation is underway to figure out what started the fire. time now to check at how traffic is flowing around the state. it looks like there is some troubles southbound at 293 in manchester. josh: 95.7 wzi-d' s peggy james joins us live with a look at your evening commute. peggy: you can enjoy the mild temperatures at least, maybe crack the window for the ride home tonight.
not too many trouble spots. this is the one we are looking at. a pretty good ride, about 25 minutes gets you into manchester with some slight slowdowns. you are fine on 93 as you approach the city. 293 north is doing well. 293 south has some backups. the stretch a concord is busy, but you are moving. taking a look at the turnpike, lots of company, especially between exits eight and 11. going west, you are hitting the brakes as you approach of milford. 95 has no trouble. this report is brought to you by peter, kia of nashua. peggy james, 95.47, wzid.
supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street funded by over a million contributions, tackling climate change fighting for living wages, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
jean: investigators say the man behind the stabbing at the university of california merced was a freshman from the san francisco bay area. josh: 18-year-old fasial mohammad of santa clara was shot and killed by police after stabbing four students with a hunting knife. the motive behind the attack is not clear, but another student described the attacker as anti >> didn' t talk much. anybody. walking to class i never saw him walk with anybody.
josh: officers are crediting a construction worker who confronted the attacker with saving others lives. he is one of the stabbing victims. all of the victims are expected to survive. the campus will resume classes tomorrow. jean: a lawyer for the woman charged with killing four people when she allegedly drove her car into the oklahoma state homecoming parade says she has psychological problems. documents from her mental evaluation show she thought the year was 2016 and she thought she was talking to jesus. 25-year-old adacia chambers is charged with 4 counts of second-degree murder and 46 counts of felony assault. she faces a prison sentence of at least 40 years. josh: the illinois police officer who made his suicide look like he was killed on duty at one point may have tried to hire a hit man. investigators say lieutenant joe gliniewicz was worried that a village administrator would expose him for embezzlement. they say he texted someone to try to arrange a meeting with a gang member. authorities treated his death as a homicide for the last two months but now say he killed himself.
jean: more countries are banning airlines from flying to egypt' s sinai peninsula after the deadly crash of a russian airliner. as abc' s stephanie ramos tells us, investigators in egypt say officials in the u.s. and u.k. are moving too quickly to blame the crash on terrorism. russian, egypt in, and other international teams continue to investigate. the question is still looming. what caused the jet carrying 224 vacationers, mainly russian, to break apart in the sky? in an exclusive interview with abc' s bob woodruff the u.s. secretary of defense agreed with u.k. officials that the plane was more likely than not downed by a bomb. an exclusive device. that is consistent with what we know.
reporter: british officials saying much the same. the uk is suspending all flights from and to the resort city, and now france has banned its nationals from visiting sharm el -- visiting. roughly 20 thousand british tourists in sharm el sheikh ? -- >> the obama administration is reviewing a number of steps we can take. reporter: if it turns out it was a bomb, and isis affiliate in sinai is a prime suspect. they have posted for the second time that they are responsible. stephanie ramos, abc news, washington.
>> now your storm watch nine forecast. >> what a stretch with temperatures not only above average but close to record highs this week. we have a great shot along the coast. that' s where we take you now. a lot of sun to be had out there with a few clouds building in a times this afternoon. overall, nice and bright and nice and warm. here are the official highs. so far today, low 70' s, even across the great north woods. the average high only 53 degrees. we were just three shy of the record in concord and along the coast. inland, concord' s record high as 75. with enough sunshine, we could reach it, but it will be a battle with clouds sometimes during the day on friday. you will notice right now temperatures are cooling a little bit.
mid to upper 60' s central and south east. the winds are very gentle right now. that has allowed temperatures to crash or rise into the 60' s and 70' s. they will crash this weekend and drive-in much cooler air. very mild in concord right now. the dew point at 51. that' s relatively high for this time of year as well. that' s primarily due to the wind out of the south and southwest. tomorrow in concord, only about a 20% shot of a shower late in the day, up near 70, and then we cool back to reality. even colder on sunday, temperatures at or even slightly below average for a change. but how about this? overnight lows tonight, mid 40' s north, 50-50 five central, self running very close to average highs for this time of year.
-- 50-55 central, south running very close to average highs for this time of year. eventually, this cooler air will begin to approach, late friday night, into saturday and sunday. for the time being, the warmth is an. notice how the jet stream drives the cooler back in over the weekend. temperatures will modify a little bit, warming back into the mid-50' s next week after bottoming out in a high in the upper 40' s on sunday. in terms of shower chances, there could be a couple of sprinkles later on tonight. the front clears later tomorrow afternoon or early evening. that could bring a shower at any part of the state later in the afternoon and evening tomorrow. we are going to make a run into the mid-70' s and making a record in concord. but again, there are clouds. it strive for the weekend, which is good news. for those -- it'
s drive for the weekend, which is good news. by early next week, not much of an issue. we are back in the mid-50' s with a lot of clouds. this is some week. jean: love it. josh: thanksgiving is only 3 weeks away. next at 5:00, there are new calculations out of just how many calories the typical american eats at a big thanksgiving dinner. jean: and new hampshire joins a
jean: if you haven' t booked your flight for thanksgiving, you might be running out of time. josh: reporter mary moloney explains that it' s not too late to save some money depending on when you fly. same story. the wednesday before thanksgiving is the biggest travel day of the year. but just because the adage is repeated, doesn' t make it right. according to the department of transportation, the actual busiest day for air travelers is in the summer. and every year, it' s a different day. that doesn' t mean you should wait much longer to book your turkey day trip. as the time ticks on, prices go up. typically, the highest fares happen on the wednesday before thanksgiving or the sunday after. some experts suggest traveling thanksgiving day. not only can it save you money, but a morning flight may get you on the ground in time for that turkey dinner. connecting flights may also help
your wallet. but weather could cause delays and make your travel day longer. also when determining your budget, check baggage fees. depending on how much you and cost can go up. m mary moloney. josh: thanksgiving is just around the corner. and before you dig in to your favorite dishes for some reason the calorie control council has made a list to give you an idea how much calories are in some foods. three slices of freshly cooked baked ham is 345 calories four slices of roasted turkey is 190 calories that' s nothing. and a slice of pumpkin pie is 332 calories totally worth it. according to the council, the average american eats 4500 calories on turkey day. double the typical daily recommended amount. jean: but, yum.
calorie control council? josh: apparently. anyway, moving forward, four people were found dead at a maine home the latest on the investigation into an apparent shooting. jean: and a new hampshire restaurant owner exceeds his goal of raising money to stop drug abuse in new hampshire. how hundreds of thousands of dollars will fund change at the easter seals treatment center. now to our u-local hot shot. here' s a max the cat watching news 9. thanks for watching max. josh, you have a fan.
u-local members, by logging onto jeb bush was a very strong governor, probably the strongest governor in the history of the state of florida. he was a young guy and i think there were some folks in the legislature that thought they might be able to run over him. that didn't happen. one tax cut wasn't enough- he had to do more. it wasn't enough to have 15,000 kids with school choice in florida, he wanted to have 100,000 kids. if he didn't like a project, it was going to be vetoed. it didn't matter if you were a republican. it didn't matter if you were his best friend. he said: 'this is where we're going, this is how we're going to reform state government...' every politician comes in talking about making change, and generally there's not much change. but governor bush made a lot of changes. he got the nickname veto corleone. if he saw something in the budget that he thought violated his conservative principles, you could guarantee it was gonna get whacked. he vetoed a bunch of my stuff and i was the senate president. the message to washington, d.c., is 'get ready...' because there will be change. nright to rise usa is responsible
jean: right now at 5:30 p.m., a terminally ill woman is filing a lawsuit against new hampshire. why she says the state is marijuana. josh: a shooting in central maine leaves left 4 people dead including the gunman. re still trying to answer about the crime. mike: temps over 70 in spots for the second day this week and a warm friday will follow when that changes and it cools back to normal jean: and an agreement between sea 3 and cities on the seacoast means a controversial propane transfer facility will get to expand. national captioning institute,
which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at 5:30 p.m. jean: a new hampshire woman suffering from a terminal illness says all she wants is some relief in her final days and it hinges on medical marijuana. but, she first needs a special card that the state has yet to give anyone, despite already good evening, i' m jean mackin . josh: and i' today, she field a lawsuit against the commissioner of the wmur' s heather hamel is live to explain why. heather: this woman suffers from stage 4 lung cancer and marijuana may be the key to comfort in her final days. she says if she gets her id card now she can get some relief just over the border in maine. >> i' compassionate case and dignity. reporter linda horan is hoping : the courts can help with that. cancer and wants to use marijuana to ease her pain and suffering.
but despite the 2013 state law legalizing the use of the drug for medical needs she has yet to benefit. she needs a patient registry card but dhhs wont issue one until the state' s dispensaries are open. so now she' s suing. >> we don' t think there is any legal basis. there is no moral basis. there is no ethical basis and no medical basis to deny her. the statute says she is entitled heather: horan' s attorney is asking for a court order to give her a card immediately so she can go to one of the dispensaries in maine. this week in new hampshire the pre-registration period for won' t be operational until early 2016. >> it is shocking that it is taken 28 months to do this. heather representative renny says this goes against the legislatures goal to treat patients with dignity and respect. in a statement the dhhs commissioners says, " we have
great compassion for this individual and all who are suffering. when the legislature passed the law, it anticipated the careful implementation of a complex program new to the state. the department has worked thoughtfully and diligently to ensure the program will have the highest level of operational integrity." but for horan who may only have months to live time is of the essense. >> the dying process is humiliating. i am looking to be as awake and aware as long as i possibly can. heather: the attorney general' s office is reviewing the lawsuit and say they are not yet ready to comment. reporting live heather hamel wmur news 9 jean: thanks, heather. and now to an amazing gift of generosity. a local business owner has exceeded his fund raising goal to fight drug abuse. common man family owner alex ray started a challenge to raise $135,000 to stop substance abuse . he pledged to match every dollar of donations to the farnum center in october. thanks to hundreds of individual
gifts and to the match, more than 282,000 dollars has been raised. the funds will add 62 beds to easter seals new hampshire and help fund recovery programs. josh: a local police officer has made a massive personal commitment to help heroin addicts in new hampshire, and his approach is getting national attention. eric adams gives addicts and their families his cell phone number, with the promise to answer at any time of day or night. he says leaving users on their own after an arrest or an overdose doesn' t do anything to help them kick the drug. >> if you' re just going to an re not offering and you' re just getting them up to the hospital or they refuse and you walk away you' re going to be back there in a few hours for another overdose. josh: but what does it really take to be a 24-7 lifeline from heroin? find out, tonight at 11. jean: today, cities on the seacoast reached an agreement with sea-3 to increase propane
distribution in the region. the company will expand its propane transfer facility in newington. residents have expressed concerns about safety. tomorrow, the state will review the plan for final approval. josh: a woman killed in a murder suicide in maine was able to call 911 before she died. police say her boyfriend shot her last night along with two other people. there are three-year-old daughter was not hurt. police say her emergency call gave them valuable information about the shooting rampage. although they have not released details. the girl is with her grandmother. jean: also in maine, one high school student was killed and 3 more injured when their car crashed into some trees early this morning. the crash happened in buxton. a portion of the road was closed while crews made repairs. the students' high school has called in a crisis team for the students and staff. josh: a maine woman is in the hospital after her car hit a moose on the maine turnpike last night.
officers say 27-year-old taylor norcross suffered head injuries . she was a passenger in a car driven by 40-year-old frank gatto who was not injured. the one thousand pound bull moose was standing in a northbound lane when the car hit it. the moose died in the crash. jean: officers found a 16-year-old student who disappeared last night. he was on an island in the middle of the pond. the search dog picked up the officers say he panel to the island in a canoe he found onshore, but was unable to get back on. josh: new hampshire is joining a coalition of states to defend the epa' s clean power plan. several states are challenging a rule requiring fossil fired power plants to cut emissions, the coalition filed a motion in the u.s. court of appeals. maine and vermont also joined
s attorney general says pollution from coal-fired plants in the west winds up damaging new england. jean: still too, news nine tonight target announces some of , its stores will close their doors, what 13 stores will close by january. josh: and a boy who disappeared more than a decade ago in alabama is found, what charges the father is facing. >> more spring warmth out there on friday. changes move in for the weekend. how much cooler it gets in the forecast ahead. jean: a major announcement from nasa about its mission on mars. what they' re discovering about
s atmosphere. if you think we can grow our economy while ignoring climate change, think again. america's most innovative companies are already moving to clean energy using existing technology to improve their bottom line. now we need a plan to help businesses and families across america to save money on electricity and create millions of new jobs. it all starts with 50% clean energy by 2030.
josh: video of the closing bell provided by the new york stock exchange. not a great day on wall street. the nasdaq dropped 14. gas prices, nationally, two dollars to anyone cents a gallon. new hampshire is a dime cheaper. target is planning to close 13 stores nationwide by the end of january. the retailer says the decision to close a store usually follows several years of decreasing profits. there are no stores closing in new england. this year, target laid off 2500 employees in corporate offices in minneapolis and brooklyn. jean: kraft heinz also announced it will close seven factories in north america over the next two years and cut 2600 jobs. manufacturing facilities in
california, maryland, new york, pennsylvania and wisconsin will shut down. the closures will cut the factory workforce by 15%, kraft heinz will also close its meat processing plant in iowa. josh: gifford' s ice cream plans to double the amount of ice cream its maine factory can produce. the company plans to spend one production. the privately owned company is operated by fifth-generation gifford family members, and the ice cream is still made using antique 1940's freezers in skowhegan, maine. a formal announcement will be made at an ice cream scooping ceremony tomorrow. u.s. car sales are close to reaching a record this year and profits are already generating more money than the last record-breaking sales year in 2000. october was one of the best months for car sales in the industry' s history with sales up 14% from last year. drivers are also spending more on new features including
internet connectivity and safety features. kelley blue book says low interest rates and cheap gas prices are driving strong sales. jean: it might cost you more to drive to new york airports. the port authority is considering airport access fees to try to reduce congestion around newark, kennedy and laguardia airports. the two to four dollar fee would effect cars picking up and dropping off people. it would also apply to uber and other car-for-hire services. josh: coming up on newsine at 5:30. a boy who disappeared as a child is found in ohio years later. after more than a decade of getting the answers she' s been waiting for. jean: in sports, we check on the unh hockey team as they hit the
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of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. jean: an alabama mother who has been searching for answers for more than a decade is finally getting them. josh: her son who disappeared in 2002 has been found in ohio. abc' s karla barguiarena tells us what lead authorities to the boy. this is julian hernandez at just 5-years-old. this is an age progressed picture of what he could look like today, a teenager getting
ready for colleg. >> when he started the process, that' s when things kind of started coming together that that wasn' t who he was. reporter: the discovery was made after julian and a school counselor couldn' t verify the teenagers social security number for his college applications. a closer look determined the ohio teen angling to go to college was the little boy who had gone missing in alabama thirteen years ago. authorities there ecstatic to share the news with his mother. >> it was great for me to be able to tell the mother that all this time he has been alive, and he is doing well. reporter: investigators with the vestavia hills police department say the boys mother reported him missing in 2002 when his now 53-year-old father bobby hernandez left a note saying he' d taken him. after 13 years of dead ends, the search finally ended here at this small white house in cleveland, ohio. >> i am shocked, totally shocked. reporter: this neighbor, who didn' t want to show his face,
says nothing the father and son ever did raised any red flags. you know father son? >> he had the sun help cut the grass, bill defense, whatever else they were doing. i am just blown away. reporter: authorities say both were living here under assumed names. the father has now been charged with tampering with records in ohio and police say he' ll face additional charges once he' s extradited back to alabama. >> warm temperatures today. more tomorrow, and after that, reality settles back in. some of us woke up to sunshine while others had to deal with fog at there. by late morning, right back into sunshine in just a few scattered clouds. clouds streaming in right now ahead of the next system that will move in later tomorrow and tomorrow night. that signals a change in our temperature.
into friday. a slight chance we could come close to the record in concord. that' s 75. a couple of showers late day, early evening. dry and cooler to follow, and then a breezy stretch as well. following all of that, it is unseasonably cool early next week. right now, wins out of the southwest at about 5-10 miles per hour. not all that gusty, but the wind direction is key. overnight tonight. no big fall off. we are back into the 50' s on average. temperatures later tonight will be running close to the normal highs this time of year. speaking of high temperatures, midwest to the great lakes. much cooler back in the northern plains and rockies. once this front moves through tomorrow night, we will start to see temperatures closer to
bit low just buy a couple of degrees on sunday. showers and a couple of thunderstorms late tomorrow afternoon, early evening. a few sprinkles tonight. other than that, rain free. tomorrow, upper 60' s. again, the record high at the coast is only 62 degrees. we will shatter that. notice how much cooler he gets on saturday. in southern new hampshire, on average, mid to upper 50' s. tonight, again, a mild one. only down to around 50. mid to upper 40' s north. lower 50' s self. some 50' s at the coast and in clouds off and on, and a couple out. tomorrow, clouds will break for some partial sun. shower, breezy and warm.
s. only around 50 on sunday, it' s going to come back, but early next week is not that bad either. josh: nothing to complain about. jean: nasa releasing new findings from its mission to mars. josh: nasa says solar winds stripped away the planet' s atmosphere and the search for water on the red planet has been successful. scientists believe the planet was at one time both warm and wet. jean: check out this view of this cyclone from space. nasa released images of the storm making landfall on yemen early tuesday. it lashed the central coast with maximum sustained winds of about 85 miles per hour. this cyclone is the first tropical storm on record to make landfall in the impoverished arab country. >> now, news nine sports. jamie: the boston bruins are ready to skate in dc tonight
the bruins have not lost on the gametime 7:00. it' s a vanilla non-conference schedule for the unh hockey team this year. no traditional powerhouse teams like michigan, minnesota, or denver. other than dartmouth, the most interesting of the games may be this weekend. they play two games at michigan state university. the spartans program has been down a bit in recent years but they will be tough at home. >> it' s all about travel. it' s a great facility, great tradition. we are looking forward to that. again, we will put a couple of 60 minute hockey games together. jamie the regular season is over : but the show must go on. week number ten of the friday night football report will feature playoff previews in all three divisions, so join jason king tomorrow night at 11:00. coming up at 6:00, hometown hero thursday.
josh: next on news nine at 5:00, this picture of a massachuetts teacher holding a baby is getting a lot of attention on social media. why a student is thanking their teacher years later. >> coming up at 6:00 a recount , in manchester' s mayoral race. equipment and personell dispersed to a north end neighborhood for evidence in the murder of denise robert. the fbi now providing manpower in the unsolved case. and, a small plane bound for portsmouth goes down off the coast of new york. what we know about the pilot from rye, killed in the crash. do you think when you are president
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jean: in today' s adopt a bet, shadow is looking for a home. he loves sitting on your lap and climbing. shadow is very mellow and gets along with cats, kids and dogs. new home. for more information about shadow and other adoptable that' s one easy-going cat. a picture of a massachusetts teacher holding a baby is getting a lot of attention on social media. josh: tommy guy is a teacher at springfield. he' s baby so she can focus on her school
work. that student has since graduated, but shared the picture on facebook as a thank you. she was living at a shelter at the time and couldn' t afford daycare. >> she was a very focused student. she knew what she wanted to do, so we wanted to help her the best way we could. josh: guy coaches a diploma program to help students at risk of not graduating. his former student is now in culinary school and living with her son in atlanta. good stuff. jean: that' s why we love our teachers. josh: his name is tommy guy. what did they call him when he was younger? it jean: tom [sfx:] all candidates' voices talking over one another my dad carried mail on his back. they called him "john the mailman" and they loved him because he looked out for everyone in those neighborhoods. i learned something from my father, do your best to look out for other pdople. we turned ohio around and we created jobs and cut taxes and balanced our budgets.
>> right now, we have most of fuselage. >> recovery efforts are underway tonight after a small plane bound for portsmouth, crashes in the water off new york, killing mike: temps well above normal again today, but tomorrow there is a great chance of shattering . how warm it gets plus the cooler changes we' ll see this weekend . tom: and another busy day at the secretary of states office as more names are officially added to the first in the nation primary ballot. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at 6:00. tom: off the top tonight at 6:00, this is what the neighborhood where denise robert was killed two months ago, looked like today as a team from the fbi searched yards for evidence in her unsolved murder. good evening i' m tom griffith. jennifer and i' m jennifer : vaughn. the focus of the search was about a block away from where she was shot. wmur' s andy hershberger is live with more from the scene tonight.